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|Produce a report for the Forestry Commission on wood properties and uses of larch in Britain.||ACHIEVED|
|Review and implement the Forest Research Data Strategy.||ACHIEVED|
|Implement the Changing the Way We Work change programme.||ACHIEVED|
|Deliver an update of the woodland carbon sequestration estimates for inclusion in the Woodland Carbon Code ‘Woodland Carbon Calculation Spreadsheet’, incorporating revisions based on new forest yield models.||SUBSTANTIAL PROGRESS|
|Publish Forestry Standard (UKFS) Practice Guide: ‘Adapting forest and woodland management to the changing climate’.||ACHIEVED|
|Publish Forestry Standard (UKFS) Practice Guide: ‘Designing and managing forests and woodlands to reduce flood risks’.||ACHIEVED|
|Expand the funding base the securing additional UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) projects as part of Phase 2 of the Future of UK Treescapes programme.||ACHIEVED|
|Participate in the UKRO Future of UK Treescapes programme through involvement in collaborative funded projects.||ACHIEVED|
|Publish FR’s summary report on ‘Quantifying the Sustainable Forest Carbon Cycle’.||ACHIEVED|
|Published the results of our pioneering Storm Damage Assessment.||ACHIEVED|
|Launch of the FR Climate Change Hub.||ACHIEVED|
|Completed a substantial research project Greenhouse gases and carbon dynamics of forestry.||ACHIEVED|
|Undertake research to investigate alternatives to conventional plastic treeshelters (multiyear project).||ONGOING|
|Collaborate with the International Union of Forest Research Organisations (IUFRO) to publish a global review of the effects of forest management on water quality.||ACHIEVED|
|National Forest Inventory Production Forecast published providing key national forestry statistics through the Forestry Statistics and Forestry, Facts and Figures 2022 and the updated Timber Price Indices.||ACHIEVED|
|Implement the Trees Outside Woodlands surveying and monitoring programme in England as part of the NCEA.||SUBSTANTIAL PROGRESS|
|Progress our approach to enhanced research impact by developing and implementing a Knowledge Exchange and Impact Strategy.||ACHIEVED|
|Establish a Research Ethics Committee to oversee our research plans and activities.||ACHIEVED|
|Development of Careers Hub on the FR external webpage.||ACHIEVED|
|Grow FR income.||ACHIEVED|
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